Dougie Cunningham Publishes Photographic Guidebook of Scotland

Posted December 5, 2017 at 9:47 pm in Art, News

THIS MONTH, award-winning Scotland based photographer Dougie Cunningham will release Photographing Scotland, a guidebook for visitors and photographers.

Cunningham’s clients include Aberdeen Asset Management, Red Bull and the Keswick Mountain Festival and he regularly contributes to publications such as The Great Outdoors Magazine.

View of the Old Man of Storr on the Trotternish peninsula of Skye. Photograph courtesy: Dougie Cunningham

The four-year-long project is the first comprehensive guidebook of the entire country compiled specifically for photographers. It contains descriptions and illustrations of 280 landscapes, coastlines, mountains, glens, cnocs and lochans, including both popularly documented and little-known locations.

Dun, St Kilda. Photograph courtesy: Dougie Cunningham

The collection incorporates photographic tours of Glasgow and Edinburgh, as well as a range of architecturally significant sites including medieval castles, fortified houses, ancient stone circles, crofts and peel towers.

Neist Lighthouse, Skye. Photograph courtesy: Dougie Cunningham

Lochan na h-Achlaise. Photograph courtesy: Dougie Cunningham

Cunningham provides maps and practical advice for readers such as parking directions, the accessibility of locations and recommended times to visit.

by Rosie Byers

Photographing Scotland is one of the fotoVUE collection of photography guides.

Photographing Scotland is available to pre-order from fotoVUE for the reduced price of £22, including free UK delivery, with an estimated arrival of early December. Once released, the book will revert to its original price of £27.95.

Prints and 2018 calendars can also be ordered from Dougie Cunningham’s website.

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